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Darn, they let him go…

28 April 2008

The Associated Press
Published: April 27, 2008

MEXICO CITY: Mel Gibson has visited a prison in Mexico’s Gulf coast state of Veracruz where local officials say he is scouting locations for a new movie.

Veracruz’s state cinema director says Gibson’s team is looking for film locations although he says “there is no script” yet.

Gibson has declined to explain what he is doing, jokingly telling reporters outside Veracruz’s Ignacio Allende prison Sunday that it is hard for him to speak in front of microphones.

Gibson filmed his 2006 movie “Apocalypto” in the jungles of Veracruz.

Although I appreciated Me’s “interest” in Mayan culture (and thanked him for forcing me to say more about the Mayans than I had intended to in my book), it’s lucky for him the State of Veracruz doesn’t have some offense like “crimes against history” on the books.

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